My daughter was very excited to receive an Animal Jigsaw and Sticker Book set, from Little Tiger Kids, last week for us to review. She immediately got our Portapuzzle out and started using it to put her new jigsaw on. I tried to encourage her to separate the edge pieces from the middle pieces first then we looked at putting the outer jigsaw pieces on first. H totally disagreed and started doing her jigsaw the way that her brother also completes jigsaws which was by putting together any pieces that she saw would fit together. It was her jigsaw though and her method worked so we went with it.
The Animal jigsaw puzzle had large enough pieces for my daughter to handle comfortably and confidently as she is three years old. This jigsaw’s target age is three to five year olds so this was just right for her. She really liked the bright colours of the Animal Jigsaw.
She was very interested in the animals on it as she shouted out the names of each type as she found another piece that fitted. She loved finding all of the butterflies in the picture too.
H was amazed by her sticker book that accompanied the animal jigsaw. Stickers are her favourite things at the moment so this was ideal for her. The brightly coloured pages and the generous amount of stickers meant that H had great fun sticking and re-sticking them on different scenes within the book. The stickers came off the pages well when H wanted to re-position them.
Overall, this Animal Jigsaw with Sticker Book set illustrated by Fhiona Galloway and text by Jonathan Litton was a big hit for my daughter. She has played with it over and over again. This retails at £8.99 so would make a fab gift for any three to five year old who likes zoo animals. There are also other titles in the series, such as ‘Farm Jigsaw and Sticker Book.’ This popular ‘My Little World’ series also includes the books, ‘Thank you,’ and ‘Please,’ which are ideal for up to three year olds. These even contain finger puppets to make them even more fun!
Disclosure: We were sent an Animal Jigsaw and Sticker Book set for the purposes of this review. All opinions are honest and my own.